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Hustings in Ards!

Come along to AMH New Horizons in Newtownards on Friday 29th April @ 11am. This is your chance to quiz the candidates before we go to the polls in 2

AMH Skills Coach Pauline Matthew and Award Winner Ken Stephens

CCEA Award Winners

Three clients from AMH New Horizons North Down & Ards were recognised at the annual CCEA Celebrating Achievement Awards at Titanic Belfast last week. Ken Stevens, Heather Moore and Jacqueline Rutherford achieved

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Ballyclare Golf Club Raises over £2k

Ladies of Ballyclare Golf Club teed up an impressive £2,205.06 for AMH to help educate school children about the importance of positive wellbeing and looking after their mental health. Commenting

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Weight Watchers Weigh in the Pounds

A huge thank you to a local Weight Watchers Group in Lisburn which raised an incredible £740 for AMH. The proceeds – which were collected through individual donations – will


Don’t Look Back!

“On the Rip” is a unique art project funded by PHA through the Clear project, it uses a car art medium to tackle the local lad/ ladette culture of young people


Mental Health Summit

Let’s Resolve Mental Health Services … Together Over 250 people from all Northern Ireland, with an interest in Mental Health packed the Stormont Hotel Ballroom on 24th February for NI’s first Mental

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Celebrating Six Years of Health in Mind Success

Nearly 200,000 people across Northern Ireland have been reached with positive mental health and wellbeing information through the Health in Mind project. This statistic was one of the positive messages

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Airport Charity Partnership Deemed A Flying Success

A two year partnership between Belfast International Airport and Action Mental Health has concluded with over £16,000 raised to help increase awareness of mental ill-health in Northern Ireland.   Funds